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World War Two1449 of 1486A 1935A One Dollar Bill Stamped Hawaii The Most Decorated Combat Soldier**** Life Magazine July 16, 1945
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    Posted 11 years ago

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    These are original WW II Japanese items that made their way to the states from several veterans. These are items that a soldier would carry in his haversack and use on a daily basis. This includes chopsticks and wooden carrying case, wooden rice bowl, sunglasses, saki cup, razor kit with mirror, photos, ID disk, cigarettes, hand painted sweetheart handkerchief, and a good luck talisman to protect him from bullets.

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    Comments

    1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 11 years ago
      Did you ever wonder if his family could be located ?
    2. plumberjack plumberjack, 10 years ago
      Don't know how, but you locate the best stuff ever.
      I can't believe some of the things you show is still around.
      Keep on hunting and good luck.

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